Photo by Zachary Balber

"Lonnie Holley: If You Really Knew"

The latest exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, "Lonnie Holley: If You Really Knew," spotlights the remarkable work of the Birmingham, Alabama-born artist and musician. Curated by MOCA's Adeze Wilford, the show is the first major exhibition of Holley's work in the South. The exhibition offers a glimpse into the artist's life through his works spanning several decades, including sandstone sculptures, quilt paintings, and new works on paper. The exhibition also highlights Holley's impact on Southern art, with works by Purvis Young, May T. Smith, and Hawkins Bowling, artists he championed, on display as well.

— Sophia Medina

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